Let the stock holders complain that the value of their shares aren't going up enough. Then kindly point out that they are still going up. Explain to them that offering the highest quality product is and will always be what makes a successful business. This business model not only made Disney the only media company with its own fan club (I never heard of the Paramount expo) but this same philosophy of uncompromising quality has also worked for other companies like Apple. Explain to them that the entire Disney empire was built on the philosophy of quality and attention to detail above all else. Tell them that this attention to making sure every detail is as perfect as it can be is what sets this company above all its competitors. This is the company they have chosen to invest in. One that will not compromise on quality in order to make a quick buck. One that greatly increased the cost of producing a short cartoon by adding sound when few features were doing the same. This is the company that built it's own school to study things like how fabric moved and what bubbles looked like when they popped to make the animated versions of these things look better. It would have been cheaper not to invest in that research and just draw these things how you think they move. It also would have been cheaper not to do it at all. This company isn't about doing things cheaper, it is about doing them better. It is about doing them so well that once they are done people wonder how they ever got along without them. The the philosophy of exceeding expectations always has been and will continue to be the guiding principle of everything the company does.
Then have your two backup animatronics ready to be switched out at a moments notice and have all your guests telling their friends that Walt Disney World blew them away and everything was beyond perfect. Watch what that does to share prices.